CEN/CENELEC Guide 6 Guidelines for standards developers to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities

‘Sensory Devices: Communication in domestic appliances to aid use for older people’ by Bryn Griffiths (Helen Hamlyn Research Associate 2000)

‘With a Little Help’, a guide to design for the disabled. Published by the Disabled Living Foundation.

‘Setting a New Agenda in Design’ - A European Union Action for Older People. University of the Third Age, DesignAge and Help the Aged

‘Safer by Design - The Role of Design in a Dangerous World’ Deborah Thomas, 1989

‘Gardening - A Help the Aged Advice Leaflet’

‘Dibbers, Grubbers, Trimmers - The Design of International Gardening Tools’ Design Centre, Stuttgart

‘A Study of the Difficulties Disabled People have when Using Everyday Consumer Products’ - Government Consumer Safety Research by the DTI

‘Which Button?’, John Gill, Royal National Institute for the Blind

‘A Garden for You, A Practical Guide to Tools, Equipment and Design for Older People and People with Difficulties’, Fred Walden, Disabled Living Foundation

‘Inclusive Design - Design for the Whole Population’, Clarkson, Coleman, Keates, Lebbon. Springer-Verlag

Proceedings, ‘Include 2003 inclusive design for society and business’, 2003 Conference, Royal College of Art, London, UK

‘Being a Better Trading Neighbour - DIY guide to improving working conditions in developing countries’ B&Q



Sprout Inclusive Design Guidelines and Sustainable Design Guidelines for Kingfisher